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>>breaking news and 8 in san francisco, a driver plows into pedestrians sending 2 people to the hospital tonight, those victims of fighting for their lives we're live with the we are confined to a homes. one bay area woman is with thousands of others waiting out a corona virus quarantine aboard a cruise ship. this is the number of confirmed cases takes a massive job plus water woes affecting thousands of people in the south bay a substance found in carpets and clothes and cookware this
covered in drinking water. news station. >>we are following breaking news out of san francisco tonight at 8 you are looking at a live picture at an active police perimeter after a driver slammed into pedestrians earlier today, 3 of the people hit was sent to the hospital. >>happened around 4.20 on mission and 23th street. police say the driver was heading northbound good evening and thank you for joining us at 8. i'm j r stone in for can way and i'm pam moore, 2 of the victims are now in surgery and police say the driver may have been impaired kron four's gayle ong is live at the scene this evening. she spoke with a witness and has the latest update. >>from police kale. >>jr and pam where about a block away from where the crash happened you can see this area is still blocked off
by police 3 people were hurt 2 with a life threatening injuries at the hospital one woman in her 70's and as you mentioned the driver may have been impaired according to police. >>it happened during a busy afternoon at the corner of 23th and mission streets, san francisco police say the prius collided with a muni bus. 3 pedestrians were hurt a person in the cross walk that was struck and some somehow was sandwiched between the 2 cars. >>the bus continued northbound on mission stops and a male patient passenger disembark the bus as the car, the suspect vehicle was fleeing an northbound on the east curbside striking that person sustaining serious injuries, a 3rd victim, a woman suffered a non-life threatening injuries. police say the suspect driver left the scene and came back in minutes. he is cooperating with investigators this store owner in tears i see one when that happened monday, but no >>i'm really really back feel
really bad because i don't know if you that that that guy's diet on miguel garcia works half a block away and saw the 2 men get hit everybody called to them blames them a lift ticket 10 to 5 to 10 minutes to come in the incident was caught on surveillance video from businesses and the muni bus that are now in police custody. >>and this point it is unknown when this street will be blocked off being see sfpd still here at the scene and those 2 men in the hospital with life threatening injuries, a woman in her 70's did get hurt, but it was not serious we're live in san francisco gayle, ong kron 4 news. >>thank you gayle, a reminder you can always follow breaking news with push alerts from the kron 4 mobile app you can download it right now to stay connected. >>now to another big story. we're following tonight at palo alto woman corn team for 2 weeks is back home tonight esther to back a and her
daughter chaya we're under quarantine at march air reserve base in riverside as turner daughter were visiting relatives in wuhan china as a corona virus began to spread leading to a lockdown of the city. another bay area mother is still waiting to get home, she is stuck aboard a cruise ship with 2000 others their ship was turned away by 4 asian governments after fears that admitting passengers could spread the dangerous new corona virus. kron four's justine waltman spoke with her today about this dream vacation. it certainly took quite the turn absolutely and and get this there's no corona virus on the cruise ship at all, but even so was turned away. >>several times from different ports because of corona virus concerns christina kirby from alameda is on board and when she kissed her husband and 2 kids goodbye. a month ago. she had no idea that her vacation would end like this. >>and dancing the night away as how passengers on board
holland america cruise the 30 day crews started in singapore but was rejected at port after port to dock because of corona virus concerns, christina kirby from alameda is on board with her mom turned out to be something quite different the more than 1400 passengers and 800 crew members got turned away by thailand, guam, japan and the philippines. so certainly there's been an emotional roller coaster not knowing by >>in general around spend their couldn't get around shep and people have really come together to go with the just be very flexible and resilient been wonderful to witness instead of sightseeing across asia, christina had to stay on board she took the oga spin classes enjoy the buffet not sec we not confined to our swear, sitting by the pool where having meals together or having and i it was important that the world know that
cambodia has finally accepted the cruise ship before disembarking all passengers will undergo a health screening and then the cruise line will charter flights to get everyone back as room service arrived with hot coffee, christina told kron 4 news she has no regrets she actually enjoyed her trip she spent time with her mom and made memories. >>and different once then she front. >>we have been trapped on board a luxury cruise ship so it's not a terrible greatest and time again. >>so the cruise ship is in cambodia, right now christina will get her original crews reimbursed and her flight paid for and then a free cruise to take in the future and she does say she wants to take it. eventually chair. >>thank you so much justine out nearly 15,000 new cases of corona virus were discovered today worldwide that brings the total to more than 60,000. the death toll has reached
1369 in california there are 8 confirmed cases with the most recent case identified just hours ago in san diego. stay with kron four's we continue our coverage on the corona virus. we'll keep you posted on the latest updates and the best ways to protect yourself. we have the very latest on our website kron 4 dot com just look for the corona virus tab under news. >>in the south bay, some willow glen residents are upset to find out their drinking water may have had higher than normal levels of what's called per floor of tinsel fomc acid that is a substance used in products such as carpets clothing and cookware san jose water sent a letter to about 11,000 of its customers explaining what the company has done to take care of the problem, but some neighbors tell kron four's michelle kingston i'm not sure that the company has done enough. >>getting a and it being 8 months from the time that they
discovered the problem is alarming this is just one of about 11,000 san jose water customers who received a notice from the water company warning of potential per floor locked in so far nic acid concentrations above the state notification level in their drinking water the substance also known as p f o s is describe a san jose waters and manmade substance that has been synthesized for water and fav resistance and used in products like carpets clothing and cookware they say exposure to the substance in tap water over certain levels may result in adverse health effects including thyroid and reproductive toxicity and pancreatic and liver cancer, not really knowing. >>much about what the substance can do to ourselves our children, our dogs. >>that's alarming the letter received by some neighbors this past weekend explains the water company begin monitoring their wells in 2019 and discovered pfa wessing cause in-tray shuns above the notification level in 6 of its wells and immediately discontinued use of those
welts the letter goes on to say that their customers are no longer receiving water with concentrations of this substance about the notification level and that their water meet all standards set by federal and state regulatory agencies but that they sent the letter in the interest of transparency to communicate out to our customers what we're doing to keep their water safe. it makes me feel like i don't know what to trust anymore. >>how how can we trust that the well has been fixed and how can we trust that our water is safe the origin of the contaminant is unknown, according to san jose water. but they say they're working to determine how it was introduced into the ground water supply in san jose michelle kingston kron 4 happening tonight in the east bay school officials are meeting with parents and teachers to discuss the possibility of laying off teachers. >>the west contra costa county unified school district is facing $47.8 million worth of budget cuts. school board
meeting will discuss a plan that includes possibly laying off 250 teachers. but the district superintendent and 2 teachers unions say they are working to avoid layoffs and classroom cuts. well safety improvements are being made to one of the most dangerous intersections in san francisco and the city of san francisco has identified masonic avenue and oak street has a high injury current are today. >>new lighting was installed, including new high visibility traffic signals. the city installed a left-hand turn signal that flashes are engine order to warn drivers about turning left onto masonic. >>it is also read timing the pedestrian crosswalk to give people more time to cross the street the city of san francisco has a vision 0 plan which is aimed at eliminating all pedestrian deaths in san francisco by the year 2024. >>a beautiful sites in the
sierra the 2.70 the fire fall up there in fact this time of year is usually when you can see the fireball just making that spectacular display as the sun angle a boy bounces off the water and it is just about perfect. now this year they're having some trouble we haven't had a lot of snow up there as of late, so they're worried that maybe they're not going to see the fall as usual they're keeping their fingers crossed best time to seize between now and about the end of the month said samir us that if you you know go they're hoping yeah amazing sight and then you don't get to have that experience people plan that rips like not just a couple months now, but a couple years out in some cases so they can go see it, i'm always amazed at your seven-day how many how much more beautiful things are always to see up there. i mean simply incredible in the high country. but yeah this year so far are not a lot of rain in fact the bay area today we didn't set the records but certainly warm enough out there that temperatures running up in the 60's and the 70's outside again today we're
out of the 80's but boy 73 degrees in santa rosa 70 in spring like in san jose 70 in redwood city cooling down off the coast. i remember just a yesterday we had some temperatures up in the 70's in half moon bay today they came out a good 10 degrees. so that's kind of the story we're seeing that now. high pressure beginning to weaken a little bit you see around the golden gate bridge we're not seen any to fog. but certainly some haze out there right now that the influence that sea breeze has kicked into the wind so that offshore wind that really warm things up now we get that on shore bring in that cool air right along the cold front off the coast and that is going to bring with it some clouds our way and looks like chance of those clouds rolling in tonight in fact the low clouds and fog going to come plan a fog being there in the morning at least along the coastline tomorrow. >>thank you lawrence coming up on kron 4 news at a congressional democrats calling out the president for intervening in the federal case involving his friend roger stone details on what lawmakers had the same. >>a futuristic-looking bullet
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introduced that idea kron four's haaziq madyun reports. >>francisco district attorney chase a bull new budget proposal. they include setting aside one and a half million dollars the residents who are victims of smash-and-grab bottle burglaries unfortunately we're not able to arrest and prosecute every person that commits a lot of burglars in san francisco, what we can do we're asking the city to help us do. >>the to put victims first and to support fixing broken car windows. he talks about the scale of the city's ongoing of a burglary problem, we had approximately 8,910 san francisco residents who are victims of auto burglaries each of the last 2 years the da is still working out the kinks but he offers this potential breakdown of how the funds would be used only pay for folks whose insurance does not cover it. >>and we would contract with locally owned last repair businesses sure that the money being spent by the city is going back into jobs right here in san francisco, you know i think that's going to
perpetuate the problem john kelly of action auto glass as he would like to see those tax dollars put to use in other ways i'd like to see the 9 half go to the sheriff's department for correction ul's however getting some help replacing a shattered window does have its appeal with some drivers of the city i was born and raised here and um i think it's a great idea, san francisco mayor london breed directed each department to cut 3 and a half percent from their individual budgets to address the city's million budget deficit that includes the district attorney's office, your tax dollars are already going to the county jail for a single night in county jail. >>we can pay to fix a when we want victims of crime who made all it's a critical part of what we do in the district attorney's office is advocate for victims. this is putting our money where our mouth is in san francisco has it read you kron 4 a bus-only lane may be coming to the bay bridge this after a new study suggests that it would help reduce congestion the bay area toll authority determined while this may be an option
down the road. there's a more critical issue causing bigger delays for buses. that is the congestion on the approaches to the bridge. during the morning commute traffic is heaviest. not on the bridge but leading up to the structures east entrance and proving congestion there is where they plan to start. >>while there may be it may be appropriate at some point and to establish a bus only land on the bay bridge. that lane really. meet the performance targets it would need unless we address the problems on approaches to the bay bridge that's on interstate 80. that's on interstate 5 8880 and on west grant. >>work on these projects could get under way before the end of the year. >>a multibillion dollar project to build a bullet train between los angeles and san francisco is now becoming even more expensive officials today and another billion to
california's high-speed rail line budget. money brings the total estimated cost to billion currently construction is on schedule to meet a 2022 deadline to have about 20% of the track laid down. officials say the cost bump is mainly because the plan pushes back the completion of the high speed rail link between silicon valley and the central valley, the plan released today comes amid pressure from state lawmakers to actually peel off more of that money in order to help urban commuters. >>that our 4 zone forecast as we take a live look outside along the embarcadero on this beautiful wednesday night not only is our chief meteorologist looking at the local weather he's checking in on the ski report. yeah, you know and around the bay area we had a beautiful weather right here you get up to the slopes of course get a little slushy almost spring-like skiing conditions up there out there at the bridge we've got some mostly clear skies little
hazy out there though tonight as we are seeing some of the fog trying to form that will be moving in a little bit later on but looking out over the bay get a little hazy not seen that offshore wind that when traveling from the northeast back out toward the coast. you see couple patches of fog trying to form out there along the beaches right now doppler radar unfortunately, staying dry and not to any raindrops to be reported yet another right now necessarily in the forecast may be as we get a lot of part of the weekend but even then that doesn't look like much if we get anything at all we're seeing that sea breeze make return temperatures on the i that about 5 miles per hour now into san francisco 16 in the sfo so certainly getting a little bit of that breeze, mostly clear and that patchy fog really for me after night midnight tonight and thickening up and spots tomorrow, partly cloudy you see some low clouds and fog hugging the coastline all day long. and a couple patches lingering inside the bay. temperatures now in the 40's and the 50's big change in the weather pattern high pressure kind of scoot now the way in here comes that front. it is going to fall apart as a runs in that ridge been held up to
help the ramp up that marine layer bring some fog back to the bay area so certainly temperatures going to take a dive tomorrow 50's near the coastline 16 some of the warmer spots and then a slight chance of showers over the weekends. the national news outrage democratic lawmakers are speaking out against president trump's public confirmation of an intervention by the attorney general in the federal case against the president's longtime friend roger stopped him they are calling it quote an unprecedented assault upon the independence of the justice department andy rose reports. >>the fact is that roger stone was treated horribly and so are many of the people their lives were destroyed i want to thank the justice department to seeing this this horrible thing president trump confirming the justice department intervened in the federal case against his longtime friend roger stone and publicly congratulating attorney general bill barr on twitter for taking charge of a
case that was totally out of control i did speak to him by the way just so you they saw the horrible 7, 9, year sentence for doing nothing now barr has agreed to testify before the house judiciary committee next month giving outrage democrats a chance to press him on the justice department's involvement in stone's case presidents. and even close trump allies are falling in line with the president on this one down thinking they should tweet about ongoing case certainly up to the discretion of the judge even with all of the prosecutors on his case gone, roger stone's fate now lies in the hands of federal judge amy berman jackson who is now denied stone's request for a new trial. i'm andy rose reporting. get ready to watch in on the wind during plane takeoffs and touchdowns sfo is opening a
new observation deck. >>and we have the details plus you've likely heard of a baby shower, what about a puppy shower one bay area organization ushering in obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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new puppy center in sandra fell the celebratory puppy shower began by capturing the mom and dad paul prince. >>in cement outside the puppy center and culminated and puppy shower games and treats for attendees celebration ushered several different things that i should. in the first letter of puppies as well as the new era for creating a healthier environment for mothers to nurture their pups the hope is that these puppies will eventually become guide dogs that transform the lives of people who are blind or visually impaired. the $23 million puppy center's grand opening to the public is planned for later this year. >>soon you can relax and watch the planes coming go at sfo and you will not need a ticket or a boarding pass to do it on friday, sfo is opening its new outdoor terrace an observation deck. it's located before security at terminal 2 and it will be free and open to the public officials say the open
air space gives visitors 180 degree views of the airfield, the terrace is filled with wooden chairs and chase lounges it will be open every day from 00:07am in the morning until 10 at night. the project was part of a million upgrade to sf owes international terminal facilities. >>coming up on kron 4 news at 8 a group of oakland mom started a major housing movement they hunkered down in a vacant home for months tonight city leaders are working to help find better solutions solutions when it comes to houses. >>local high schoolers helping recovery efforts in australia because of those devastating fires we caught up with them about their pilot program and the unique information they're bringing home. >>plus the city corruption investigation is growing larger more than a handful of
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>>this just into our newsroom more than 9,000 people are without power right now in san francisco pg and e's website shows the averages are concentrated around the haight ashbury to hasan valley neighborhoods, 9,123 people are in the dark a pg e crew is on the way to the area power went out just before 8 o'clock tonight, right now pg and e estimates it will be restored about 00:45pm tonight, the cause of this outage is still not clear. >>2 new subpoenas issued today
as part of a joint public corruption investigation in san francisco. the issue stems from federal criminal charges filed against former public worksr mohammed nuru and san francisco restaurant owner nick san francisco city attorney dennis herrera is investigation into city corruption is expanding the right on the heels of last month's arrest of san francisco, public works directir mohammed nuru and dual center nick bovis on federal corruption charges. >>herrera has subpoenaed documents from a companies and nonprofits these are companies quote his office believes were involved in funneling donations to fund city programs and events including funding public works holiday parties. those companies include pacific gas and electric construction firms, web core pink alan clark, construction, recycling company, rick khalid g and 3 nonprofits duels foundation for kids. the san francisco parks alliance and the san
francisco clean city coalition. in a statement herrera says we're following the we're following the money we're going to follow the evidence wherever it leads. >>we have been calling for independent investigations from and have every confidence that the city attorney will move forward and look into this and leave no stone unturned, san francisco supervisor dean preston who is one of the first to call for an outside investigator to look into city corruption was pleased with the move weeks now it's not a surprise that the and now we're starting to see new names and this you know you read that original complaint and it's clear that this reflected a culture of corruption. that now is starting to come to light the city attorney says the investigation has also led to the cancellation of the $171,000 portable toilet contract with a company tied to bogus by the federal investigation suggests. >>nuru provided bogus inside information so bogus could win
the bid on the toilet contract. the city attorney's office working with the controller says it is also reviewing other city contracts involving the public works department and other city departments. >>that city hall dan kerman kron 4 news. >>thanks so much dan in the east bay open leaders are housi bill included will be vacant homes and multi unit buildings, the ordinance was prompted by moms for housing. the group of women who lived in a vacant home in west oakland for 2 months before they were evicted and arrested previously the measure only allow tenants to have rights of first refusal on the homes are live in and being sold the expanded bill is expected to be heard at city council committee meetings next month's. >>a class at saint mary's college in moraga spent the last month in australia helping wildfire recovery efforts there right the
country has been battling those destructive bushfires for months now burning hundreds of thousands of acres of land. earlier today kron on had a chance to talk with those students and their professor about the pilot program. >>it needs to be the actual university group has to be part of a pilot project where collected damaged reef but that was still viable propagated and then replanted into new brief gardens and so there's a big push. up in the great barrier reef area to start to come up with solutions to the reef that's dying and so we're sort of happy to be part of this project just sort of kick that off i think i think because they're exposed to different culture. i think the australians well being somewhat similar also very different to our culture and how they look at wildlife respect wildlife and each other in certain ways and i think exposes students to that type attitude towards wildlife conservation and people in general and then also just uniqueness of the wildlife
there australia's it has the highest extinction rate of any a comment or of any country on the planet and so i'm there in the greatest need and i think the students can bring back with them ways sort of apply what they're doing to stop this a crisis. >>the class also raise $7,000 to donate to several organizations in australia to hear the rest of that interview just download the kron on app live local news streaming commercial free 24 7. >>that our 4 zone forecast where you are looking live tonight at the golden gate bridge and our chief meteorologist is here with the weather she just wants to go the roadways are open people are certain but yeah we have seen a little bit of snow. well up there spring-like skiing conditions get a little slushy into the afternoon so be prepared for that they've still got a lot of snow up there on the mountain tops 54
inches for based there at kirkwood they've got 85 trails open one inch over the 7 days here so 3 inches in the a week at home what they've got 87 inches on the ground it had over a 118 so certainly seeing the snow melt there 55 inches on the ground for the base in heavily mushing group right now and if you want to head up the sierra tahoe, 16 inches on the ground 2 inches at last 7 days so yeah, certainly i'm not a whole lot of snow a part of january and good part of february now running behind those snow totals, but just keep getting generator right now tonight, we're seeing a change in the weather pattern we're seeing a little bit of a sea breeze kicking some patchy fog begin to develop out along the rain can find on the doppler radar right now and well maybe we'll get into something a lot of part of the weekend for tomorrow we're going to watch a big cool down temperatures 50's and 60's all around the bay area numbers coming down across the board polona being a much cooler especially along the coastline inside the bay, a fine a little more sunshine still these numbers are going to cool down a little bit today and then it looks like a slight chance of showers on
sunday. still ahead of a southwest airlines accused of putting millions of lives in danger on alleged have oversight issue is to blame. >>tragedy on the track again a popular southern california racetrack seen another horse die on the tracks. >>plus words of warning about a popular insulin pumps. why when mike first became mayor, there were places where black and brown children hadn't received an education for 30 years. mike said, "those are the kids i want to give an opportunity". he increased teacher's salaries. he increased the graduation rates by 40%. he made schools safer all over this country. children aren't getting a quality education. mike is going to fight for all the children. i saw him do it in the largest school system in america. he's going to do the same thing in this country. i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
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>>all your money tonight. the fda has issued a recall for a popular insulin pump used by thousands of patients with type one diabetes the recall applies to certain medtronic many med 600 series insulin pumps. one patient has died and more than 2000 have been injured by the devices, according to the fda. the faulty pumps deliver incorrect insulin. doses that is which can lead to serious medical complications. the recall includes about 322,000 devices. >>if you have flown southwest airlines in the last year and a half of this is disturbing news your life was at risk. that's according to a government report it found poor f a a oversight of southwest airlines. the us department of transportation's inspector general conducted an 18 month audit. it was sparked by a whistleblower complaint about a quote number of operational issues at the airline including pilot training deficiencies and
inaccurate information being provided to pilots prior to flight's departure. the report found southwest flew 88 planes that it bought from foreign carriers without properly verifying their air war than report said that those planes flew more than 150,000 flights putting more than 17 million passengers at risk southwest says that it has made significant progress in addressing the issues outlined in that report. >>next today with corona virus infections rising across the globe lawmakers held a special round table to figure out a way to contain the spread here in the united states and as for spring training is here pitchers and catchers report in arizona over
but it's not doing anything for real people on climate, health care or gun safety. the only way we get new ideas is electing new people, including a president willing to shake-up washington. i'm tom steyer and i approve this message. >>welcome back to kron 4 news at a the number of corona virus cases and deaths have climbed daily across around the world and it's resulted in nearly 500 investigations and 13 confirmed cases in the us alone today, the senate homeland security committee held a special hearing to learn what the federal government is doing and how lawmakers can help to combat and contain this worldwide epidemic. >>cal martin reports. >>this is kind of revealing some some gaps in system here which we need to address wisconsin senator ron johnson says he's concerned the us may
not be prepared to combat and contain the corona virus. this ought to be huge wake-up call for our country johnson and senator gary peters say the us is dangerously dependent on china for vaccines medical devices and protective gear like mask and gloves in china is ground 0 for the corona virus epidemic that we're relying on china to a vaccine for us here in the united states. i suspect they'll use those axes for their own people first former fda commissioner scott gottlieb that the us needs new drug policies to ensure lifesaving products are readily available in the u s. >>this extends in china another month or 2 i think we're going to start to see some shortages of critical components health experts on the panel told lawmakers the best way to combat the corona virus. >>is by investing more money to help local federal and state governments prepare democrat senator kamala harris as small communities are especially vulnerable. there seems to be a distribution. >>responsibility but not a
distribution of resources. former cdc director doctor julie gerberding says the government must been now to protect citizens. >>noting the nature of the corona virus remains a mystery got to keep up with the state of the science we have filed this and then we need to figure out who's been contacted. johnson says he's planning more public hearings to ensure the us. these ahead of the epidemic in washington recall martin. >>corona virus c nowhere to be found on wall street. the s and p 500 and nasdaq indexes reached record highs. the latest gains came as worries about the economic impact of the virus outbreak that originated in china continued to subside the dow gained 275 points. the nasdaq climbed 87 points and the s and p 500 rose 21. which puts it on pace for its biggest monthly gain since june. >>stay with kron four's we continue our coverage of the corona virus. we have the very latest on our website at kron 4 dot com just look for the
corona virus tab under news. >>in southern california another horse is suddenly died at santa anita park racetrack the track's website says the 6 year-old horse died saturday while training. but the cause of the death is unknown around 40 horses have died at santa anita park since december of 2018. track made a number of changes since then to increase safety. an investigation showed there was no indication of animal cruelty or criminal activity. >>kobe bryant and his 13 year-old daughter have been laid to rest at a southern california cemetery deaths affected certificates released yesterday show that they were buried at pacific do memorial park in corona del mar on friday. the nba legend and his daughter were among the 9 people killed in that helicopter crash january 26 in the hills of calabasas there is a public celebration scheduled for february 24th at the staples center in los angeles.
>>for your health tonight, health officials say the rising popularity of e-cigarettes as lead to an increase in nicotine users in california, especially in young people. officials say a quarter of america's use is now hooked. the state department of health says as of this week there have been 208 cases of april 8 ing lung injuries with 4 deaths across california since august of last year federal government recently banned the sale of some flavored products and the california legislature is also considering a full-on ban of the sale of all flavored tobacco products. >>also for your health hitting the links may help you live longer. a new study found playing golf at least once a month can lower the risk of premature death in older adults, 65 and older, the comprehensive findings will be presented later this month at the american stroke association international stroke conference in l a if the findings are accurate.
it's good news for millions of people according to the national golf foundation. nearly 25 million people in the united states play golf. >>time now for and here we go the first sign of baseball season is back pitchers and catchers reporting to spring training for clubs around the league today. >>and for the oakland a's, this could be the start of a championship seasons sky-high expectations surrounding the green and gold after back to back in 97 win seasons that ended in the wild-card round oakland is tampa. as one of the teams to make a run at a world title this year and they have the young core do it a power line up gold glover's of the corners with matt chapman all son mvp candidate mark assuming that short any stacked pitching rotation that now features 2 rookie of the year candidates. ha park in a seuss was >>the you talk a lot about was our don't in you know when i come back so forth frankie montas is going to be a big piece for us last she saw what he did in the 1st half he was
forgoing domini was dominant anywhere made the all-star team. so we're looking forward to seeing what he can do for us for a full year in a in the experience in the conference of the game from last year as a young talented group for sure we're all excited about it. i mean death for sure i mean you want to 5 all these guys you know can go there and be nice huh i don't think is any doubt that we're going with it a lot of games in the you know the fix that. >>and with the a's being in the a l s and they see the astro's on a regular basis and it turns out the franchise and some early suspicions about houston's cheating scandal, according to a report from the san francisco chronicle melvin said the team had alerted the major league office about the astros sign stealing and this was before a's pitcher and former astro mike fires join the team and brought the scandal to light made it a it's also the start of the first camp under new manager national story, the gabe kepler right out of the investigation into houston's cheating rocked the sport, gates, the pitching staff has this offseason resulting in a very different look compared the firing of the 3 managers to the last several years. >>madison bumgarner no longer and g, but at the head of the rotation but now in arizona with the dibmondbacks so that means and jeff some margin johnny cueto will be carrying the load the
giants looking to get back to the playoffs for the first time since 2016 and a stretch of 3 consecutive losing seasons finally tonight, the warriors also in arizona for their last game before the all-star break golden state visiting the valley of the sun 3rd quarter. devin booker phoenix's star player already going to war knocks down. a 3 pointer 27 points 8 assists for him suns up 11 after 3 in the final stanza andrew wiggins getting comfortable in the war your system throws down the alley you put the warriors still down 10 weekends with 27 3 and a half minutes to go warriors within 4 ricky rubio they get the kick out from booker knocks down the 3 rubio with a couple of key buckets down the stretch final score one 12 1 oh 6 sons, jr panned the warriors now head into the all-star break so get some time to recharge a little bit of sort of in countdown mode to curry's return. >>yeah, i think a lot knows
how much it will mean this e or just want to get back to see the guys out especially when you think of know you wrap up this 2nd half of the regular season next year to reload with all the guys thank you so much. >>coming up next a day an innovative idea propelling 2 elementary school a big honor how the obama: he's been a leader throughout the country for the past twelve years, mr. michael bloomberg is here. vo: leadership in action. mayor bloomberg and president obama worked together in the fight for gun safety laws, to improve education, and to develop innovative ways to help teens gain the skills needed to find good jobs. obama: at a time when washington is divided in old ideological battles he shows us what can be achieved when we bring people together to seek pragmatic solutions. bloomberg: i'm mike bloomberg and i approve this message.
has come up with a really great invention when you need to wash your hands and hand sanitizer just won't do the job the innovative idea is a portable sink karen, jordan reports. >>kaylee mcguire says there was one time she was at the beach and wanted to eat some potato chips but ran into a problem i had just finished train us and but there was like nowhere to wash my hands nearby so out that like what if i had a scene that i could came with 9 wash my hands in the that was the inspiration for the kids fun part of a sink mcguire and her classmate j acosta worked on the creation for their schools invention convention last year when they were 7 year-old first graders at leonard regional gifted center they can they get a really good job is really hard their 7 year-old sample kits for them long period of time to make their concept to reality. the girls came out with 3 prototypes documenting their extensive research in this binder. >>this stuff is that
>>finally they designed a portable collapsible sink that can be attached to a water bottle. hard work paid off caylee in jail won first place at their school. >>i was like hey we us. >>then they want at regionals mcguire than represented the duo at the national invention convention in detroit where they won now america can find out about caylee's invention when she appears on stray hand sarah and kiki later this week, i'm really excited. >>now an 8 year-old second grader is gearing up for another invention convention. she says she has an idea for a special kind of robot that special and you know hand sanitizer sometimes the studies have shown it just doesn't cut it out and a need to does not know that revs up from 4 news at a lotus and
vicki liviakis are here with kron 4 news at time. thank you perigee ever take that sink and there is hope for the future and that he coming up next tonight, a waitress, nearly breaks down in tears the witness year describing a scene in san francisco's mission district. >>3 people were hit by a car while walking to are now fighting for their lives tonight and police say the driver. >>the suspected of being impaired. >>a south bay health clinic says that it's experiencing a supply shortage like never before in 95 face masks are running out in what's becoming a global shortage of masks all over corona virus. the concerns now for local workers. >>and lawrence karnow has your forecast. we're also tracking a big power outage in the city 9,000 customers in the dark tonight are 4 news [sfx: doorbell]
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